Abs Made Easy

You cannot out exercise a bad diet, but you can eat your way to your goal body. Many people believe they can eat however they like and simply jump on the treadmill the next day for 30 minutes and they’re back on track. Unfortunately, this is not the truth. A proper diet will give you the results you want more than exercise will. The emphasis should be placed upon your diet and the amount of protein you are consuming. Fat deposits within your body are hard to reduce with just exercise alone, especially in the stomach area. It can be the hardest to go, particularly for women since they naturally have higher body fat percentage than men.


1. Increase protein intake
You should aim for 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight. It will allow your body to build and repair tissues. It’s also a building block for your bones and muscles. Great sources of protein are protein shakes, Greek yogurt, tuna, chicken breast, and legumes.

2. Complex carbs
Complex carbohydrates are found in whole grains, beans, vegetables. They’re an excellent source of fiber. Fiber allows your body to process and digest food. This will keep your stomach flat and it will satiate your appetite.

3. Water
Water should never be overlooked. Many people do not nearly get enough water they should throughout their day. Water will keep you hydrated, and it will reduce your bloating in the stomach area. An easy method to make sure you’re getting enough water is to carry a gallon with you and drink it each day.

4. Avoid junk
Processed foods that are high in sugar, sodium, and chemicals lead to bloating and fatigue. Inflammatory foods are bad for your body, mind, and emotions. Avoid processed foods and stick to the real thing.